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Ballona Creek Renaissance Schedules Earth Week Clean-Up

Ballona Creek Renaissance Schedules Earth Week Clean-Up

From 9am-noon, Saturday, April 25, 2015, join Ballona Creek Renaissance (BCR) and the Office of LA City Councilman Mike Bonin-CD11 at a big Earth Week Ballona Creek Cleanup! Meet at Centinela Ave at Milton St., Los Angeles 90066, in Del Rey between Culver Blvd. and the I-90/Marina Freeway. In case of rain, the date changes to Saturday, May 9. BCR welcomes the partnership and hands-on [...]

It Takes a City to Make a Village – T.S. Owen

It Takes a City to Make a Village – T.S. Owen

Culver City was barely one square mile when it became the redundantly quaint City of Culver City in 1917. Nearly 100 years later, it is five times that size and as far from square as is possible. After some 40 strange expansions, gerrymandering and predatory annexations, the city is five times as big, but squeezes those acres into acute angles and seemingly random twists and turns, as you can see [...]

CC Rotary to Honor Police and Explorer Scouts at April 1 Luncheon

CC Rotary to Honor Police and Explorer Scouts at April 1 Luncheon

The Culver City Rotary Club and the Exchange Club of Culver City are proudly co-sponsoring a luncheon to honor members of the Culver City Police Department and Police Explorer Scouts for their outstanding service to the community. Those being honored are: Sergeant Aubrey Kellum, Detective Ryan Thompson, and Parking Administrator Dianne Gifford, along with several Police Explorer Scouts. Police [...]

Turning Point School Launches Toddler Program

Turning Point School Launches Toddler Program

Turning Point School recently launched their new Toddler Program, which is designed to educate parents on topics relevant to toddlers aged 12 to 28 months. Classes will begin on Tuesday, April 15, and run for ten weeks. The cost of the program is $450 for the ten-week session, financial assistance is available. This unique program builds upon Turning Point's philosophy of embracing the whole [...]

Tax Help from 54th District

Tax Help from 54th District

April 15 is approaching, and Assembly member Sebastian Ridley-Thomas wants to make you aware that free tax preparation assistance is available for individuals who make $53,000 or less, persons with disabilities, the elderly, and non-English-speaking people. If you qualify, your basic tax return will be prepared by IRS-certified volunteers who have completed both IRS and California Franchise [...]

Just a Thought – Visioning a Billboard District

Just a Thought – Visioning a Billboard District

It's a great moment when I learn something from my children, but sometimes seeing what they see is so daunting it can feel overwhelming. The City has announced an evening of 'Visioning a Hospitality and Entertainment District' tonight at 6 pm at the Vets Building. This will be a presentation from PlaceWorks, a company representing other corporate interests, who are looking to create a district [...]

Egg Hunt and Family Fun This Saturday @ Vets Park

Egg Hunt and Family Fun This Saturday @ Vets Park

Step into Spring Break with a morning designed for preschoolers and grade-schoolers to feel like they are having a holiday! Join the fun on Saturday, March 21, at Culver City's  FUN-tastic and EGG-cellent annual Spring Egg Hunt at Veterans Memorial Park. Hunt starts at 10am sharp. Please arrive at least by 9:45am. For age groups: Walking-2yrs, 3-5yrs, & 6-10yrs. Please bring your own [...]

‘Rivers of the World’ Needs Volunteers for Mural Restoration

‘Rivers of the World’ Needs Volunteers for Mural Restoration

'Rivers of the World' Mural Restoration Project is getting ready for a community painting event to refresh and revitalize this beloved public art work from April 16-20, 2015. It's time to roll up those sleeves and give some wonderful Culver City art a brush of much needed TLC. “Rivers of the World” Mural is located at Duquesne Avenue on the bike path access ramp to the north side of the [...]

Black Talkies @ MCLM to Screen ‘Mahogany’ with Diana Ross

Black Talkies @ MCLM to Screen ‘Mahogany’ with Diana Ross

Join Black Talkies on Parade for a colorful afternoon at the movies with a screening of Mahogany Saturday, March 28 at 4 pm. This 1975 film stars Diana Ross in a rags to riches story as she goes from the projects in Chicago to the runways in Rome. Although the film has moments that border on camp, it also tackles controversial issues like gentrification and the lack of diversity in the fashion [...]

Good Dirt LA Needs You! (and You Need Good Dirt)

Good Dirt LA Needs You! (and You Need Good Dirt)

So, if you started out in Medellin, Colombia, and detoured through Athens, Georgia how could you end up in Culver City? Good luck and Good Dirt! Lina Alvarez, a graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in Art, was looking online for a kiln. She's been teaching ceramics for years, and it was what she thought might be her next small step. When she found a whole ceramics studio for [...]

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